Cable Safety Padlock

Product Details

Part No.: PC175 

Steel Cable Shackle Safety Padlock
Wire Shackle safety padlock

SAFETY PADLOCKS are designed with the different type of users in mind. Supplied with an individual unique coded key and cylinder to differ 12-pin locking combinations. The locking key mechanism does not allow the release of key, until the shackle is closed and the padlock is locked.
Our Lockout Padlock range gives you the physical tools to help you implement and maintain an effectiveSafety Lockout programas per your own OSHA Policies & Procedures / Energy Control Programs, to prevent accidents and protect your employees.

MATERIAL: Cable safety padlock, Reinforced non-conductive body and stainless steel cable shackle
DESCRIPTION:

a)      Reinforced nylon body, withstand temperature from -20℃ to +80℃. The steel shackle is chrome plated; the non-conductive shackle is made from nylon, withstand temperature from -20℃ to +120℃, ensuring the strength and deformation fracture not easily.

b)      Key Retaining Feature: When the shackle is open, the key can’t be removed.

c)      Cable Length: 175mm

d)     Laser printing and logo engraving available if required.

PC175




Specification:


Part No.

Description

Shackle Material

Speification

KA-PC175

Keyed Alike

 

Stainless   Steel Cable

 

“KA”:   Each padlock is keyed the same in one group

“P”:   Straight edge plastic lock body

 

KD- PC175

Keyed Differ

MK- PC175

Keyed & Alike/Differ

GMK- PC175

Grand Master Key

Selective Colors:

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Other shape choices:

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Our various lockout products are uniquely made by our professional staff which is considered for your special requirement. Welcome to buy our quality and well-performed cable safety padlock.


People-oriented, safety first, it must not be seen as a mysterious propaganda slogan, or as a flashy security concept. However, every production design, production process, technical operation and other aspects should be people-oriented to ensure safety first. To ensure the safety of human life has become the most important issue for our enterprises to bear the brunt of consideration and solution. To put people first, implement and promote the concept of "safety first", we must start from the transformation of people, because every safety detail is completed by people. Man is the safest and most dangerous element in the transformation of nature. If people can set out from the people-oriented height, respect for self-life, respect for the lives of others, life safety will be guaranteed, safety first concept will be implemented.


What is the purpose of a lockout/tag out program?

A lockout/tag out program will help prevent:

Contact with a hazard while performing tasks that require the removal, by-passing, or deactivation of safe guarding devices.

The unintended release of hazardous energy (stored energy).

The unintended start-up or motion of machinery, equipment, or processes.

What details should the lockout procedures and work instructions contain?

An organization will have one lockout program document, and as many sets of work instructions as required, depending on the number of systems that require lockout.

The written lockout procedures will identify types of hazardous energy covered by the procedures, types of energy-isolating or de-energizing devices, what needs to be done, when it needs to be done, what tools are needed to do it, who is supposed to do it, how the shutdown/de-energization/energization/start-up will occur, who required education and training, and who needs to be notified. As with all programs or procedures, a continuous improvement or auditing step should also occur.

The document should specify:

The actual specific machine, equipment, or process involved in the shutdown and isolation process.

How and where the lockout devices are installed.

How stored energy is controlled and de-energized.

How the isolation can be verified.

Work instructions will identify how the lockout process is to be carried out in a step-by-step manner including how stored energy is controlled and de-energized, how isolation can be verified, and how and where lockout devices are installed. Work instructions are machine, equipment or process specific and may include pictures or images of what is being described.



Electrical safety procedures

1 scope of application

This code provides for the safe operation of electrical equipment.

This code is applicable to the operation of the company's electrical equipment

The main content

Electrical equipment must be serviced by or under the direction of a full-time electrician.

Any electric utility shall be deemed to be in operation until it has been ascertained that there is no electricity.

The power supply part of the electrical equipment must be set separately, one switch for one use, and one switch for one use is forbidden, and a switch box should be set for locking, fixed in a safe place, and the key should be kept by a special person. The lower end of the switch box shall be no less than 1.3 meters above the ground, and an electric shock safety device shall be installed in the distribution box.

The power supply voltage must be the same as the rated voltage of the electrical equipment (the three-phase voltage fluctuation shall be within plus or minus 5%).

The size of the fuse shall be consistent with the three phases, and the rated current shall not be greater than the rated current of the line. Qualified fuse and fuse pieces shall be selected according to the predetermined current, and copper wire or iron wire shall not be used instead.

In case of power failure at work, the power switch shall be immediately pulled open and the "no closing" warning sign shall be hung. If the machine needs to be repaired or maintained, it shall not only cut off the power supply and pull out the fuse, but also lock the knife box. And put up "mechanical repair warning board". If the switch needs to be closed, the power can only be switched on after proper contact with the maintenance personnel. It is forbidden to overhaul electrical equipment or routes in operation (except high-voltage live work).

After the completion of the work, the power should be cut off in time, lock the knife box, before leaving the scene.


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